The New washbasins from Bette, more affordable for everyone
BetteAcqua, BetteComodo and BetteOne are the new bathroom sinks in vitrified titanium steel from Bette’s manufacturing facility and are a combination of high-tech industrial production and craftsmanship. Their design perfectly complements Bette’s range of bathtubs and shower trays.
Bette’s passion was born and is directed towards those products that fit into the building envelope with aesthetic perfection. The company, founded in Delbrück in 1952, is specialized in bathroom products made of “vitrified titanium steel”, a composite material, perfect for the bathroom. In addition, Bette’s assembly processes combine high-tech techniques with bespoke production for the benefit of the customer, and more than half of its products are customized.
Currently, the company has invested in making the high-tech manufacturing process even better, which has been automated and does not require the use of outside labs.
“Thanks to optimizations in the production process, we have been able to further improve the price-performance ratio of the built-in washbasins, which benefits all of our customers“, says Sven Rensinghoff, head of marketing and product development at Bette.
BetteAcqua, BetteComodo and BetteOne are now available in a wide range of model sizes and colors. The proven design, high quality and wide range of colors remain the same as always, with 6 standard colors, 22 exclusive matte colors and 4 bright textured effect colors. The main features of this line are the wide rim around the circumference and the geometry of the inner lines, with a uniqueformal language. The washbasins in vitrified titanium steel are durable, hygienic, easy to clean and robust, but above all they are the only ones to have a 30-year guarantee on the high-quality vitrified titanium steel. Lastly, the natural raw materials glass, water and steel, ensure the creation of high quality products that are fully recyclable. They are verified according to the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) according to iso 14025 and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).